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Goodwill and Stevens High School Present a Fiesta Sustainable Fashion Show

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Goodwill San Antonio and Northside ISD's Stevens High School will be co-hosting a Fiesta Sustainable Fashion Show at the Goodwill Potranco Store (10422 Potranco Rd. 78251) from 6-8 pm on Wednesday, March 23rd. The event will showcase more than 20 looks curated by students from items found at Goodwill. Christine Donovan, NISD Fashion Instructor and 2021 Texas Fashion Awards Professional of the Year along with Agosto Cuellar, Goodwill Customer Experience Manager and 2021 Texas Fashion Awards Womenswear Designer of the Year, guided and encouraged students' creativity. 25% off discount with valid school ID on Mar. 23rd at Potranco Store.

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